Meat Doesn't Cause Cancer? Yeah, and the earth is flat.

in health •  last month

If after watching this, you still believe cancer is unrelated to meat and dairy consumption, then I recommend you join the flat earth society.


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I agree with you that the meat causes serious damage, but it can not be denied that it is very delicious. What do you think of that?

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Maybe after you have prepared it via cooking and adding herbs, spices, and relishes. Try eating raw meat, and let me know if you still think it tastes delicious.

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There are people who like it raw, I just like cooked and that's where I give you the reason.

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LOL I like your honesty bro

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The issue is not meat eating causing cancer... It is PROCESSED food that causes a large portion of the cancers we see.

Peak sports; you might see some top level athletes who are vegetarian or vegan. The ones at the top world wide, they eat meat... I am not even sure if there are exceptions.

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Carl Lewis (Olympic athlete) was vegan, as is David Haye, Timothy Shieff and strongman Patrick Bourbain. Also Venus and Serena Williams, two of the best tennis players in the world.

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So, I think people missed the bigger point I was making... Yes, there are many examples of vegans getting high level athletics. Regardless, those people are genetic marvels... It's funny when you realize how often professional athletes, you just don't realize the scale cause they are on tv or far away.

The more pertinent part of what I was saying was that it's not the meat part, it is the processing that makes the food toxic.

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So, I think people missed the bigger point I was making... Yes, there are many examples of vegans getting high level athletics. Regardless, those people are genetic marvels... It's funny when you realize how often professional athletes, you just don't realize the scale cause they are on tv or far away.

The more pertinent part of what I was saying was that it's not the meat part, it is the processing that makes the food toxic.